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-bye. you're now looking at live pictures from l.a.x. of law enforcement around terminal three courtesy of kcal, kcbs in los angeles. we will get in a quick break here and pick up our breaking news coverage right after that. we are getting new information on a possible motive for the shooting. i'll talk to a former fbi agent about the investigation. ♪ norfolk southern what's your function? ♪ ♪ hooking up the country helping business run ♪ ♪ trains! they haul everything, safely and on time. ♪ tracks! they connect the factories built along the lines. and that means jobs, lots of people, making lots and lots of things. let's get your business rolling now, everybody sing. ♪ norfolk southern what's your function? ♪ ♪ helping this big country move ahead as one ♪ ♪ norfolk southern how's that function? ♪ >>> we're back with cnn's breaking coverage of the shooting at l.a.x. you're looking at live shots from ktla of passengers and some law enforcement outside terminal three at l.a.x., where there was a shooting earlier today. just to catch you up, at roughly 9:20 a.m. pac
>>> one month in now and the president's health care law is still down and out. welcome, everyone. i'm neil cavuto. early enrollment numbers are looking more than just dismal. they're getting frantic about it. word just today that some top hospitals are opting out. even if they fix this website, you cannot fix all of these other problems that go way beyond the website. doctor, this sounds to me the most alarming development of all. explain. >> absolutely, neil. thanks so much for having me. so, you know, the president's called in some google executives but the glitches are really a side show and the problems with obama care, the problems with the exchanges, they really can't be fixed by google and this raises several points. weren't they supposed to have the tech experts making the website to begin with and if they couldn't do it in 3 1/2 years, how are they supposed to do it in one month as the president has promised? >> what does that mean? you seem to be saying the tech site -- delays notwithstanding, the hospitals that don't want to be part of it or even the cleveland clinic w
learning more about the suspected shooter, paul ciancia. according to a federal law enforcement official, he was carrying materials including an anti-tsa rant and a reference to a new world order. ciancia lived in los angeles, but he is from new jersey. police have been at his family's home in pennsville, new jersey. according to the police chief, the suspect sent text messages to his family yesterday, ranting about the government. >> basically, the text message was just a message to the little brother and the way it was written, they had some concern about it, and that's when they brought it to our attention. >> the chief says officers informed police in los angeles, but then it was too late. >>> from the moment the first shots rang out, it was chaos at l.a.x. cnn's dan simon reports on how it all happened and the personal stories of the people who had to run for their lives. >> this is going to be a major, major incident, working here at l. l.a.x. >> reporter: los angeles international airport, 9:20 a.m. local time. the fbi says 23-year-old paul anthony ciancia enters terminal 3, pulls
illegally an incentive to come out of the shadows, get right with the law, meet their responsibilities and permit ahead. >> the border security you economic opportunity and immigration modernisation act passed in the senate in june 27th. it's in the hands of the house. it features border security, doubling border patrol with a boost in funding and mandatory use of force training. a pathway to citizenship, establishing a 13-year pathway to citizen ship and includes security benchmark before they can get a green card. it increases high tech and low-skilled worker visas, requiring a workplace verification system. and law enforcement. detailing protection for workers and refugees, and what happens if an immigrant breaks the law. a poll conducted by a university a month after the bill found that 64% of americans supported the reforms. and 31% did not. on the heels of a government shutdown health care exchange errors and a string of revelations on nsa wire tapping of foreign allies - the push for a vote has been tossed on to washington's backburner. but special interest groups are rallying t
the questions come. here to break it down is mary ellen. she's a former fbi profiler, a retired law enforcement agent with the police department. thank you for joining us. lou, on a scale of one to ten, how is the response at l.a.x. yesterday? >> exceptional. i think it's a boilerplate response now, don, regardless of where the incident takes place. it involves local agencies, federal agencies, fire, medical, air support, bomb squads. it's effective and thorough. >> what about, you know, barbara starr is reporting there were armed guards there at one point, but weren't there, had taken a break of some sort. what do you make of that? >> i can't confirm that. my experience in traveling through l.a.x. is there are always a type of post just beyond the magna tom ters that you walk through, the devices that screen you for weapons and are manned by law enforcement agency, the los angeles police department or the los angeles airport police. any report that these posts may have been abandoned, i find unusual. i never traveled through once and they were unposted. >> the suspect, quiet, a loner, what are
) >>> the supreme court has rejected oklahoma's bid to revive a state law that the state's own high court said would effectively ban all drug-induced abortions. nbc justice correspondent pete williams joins me now to explain. pete, is this about ru-486 and like drugs? >> it is. it's about a two-pill system for inducing a medicinal as opposed to surgical abortion early in a pregnancy. it involves ru-486 and one other pill. what several states have done is to say if you're going to use these pills, doctors have to abide by the original fda labeling. none of the doctors who prescribe this system were using the fda labeling because they said it required too much medication. it required doctor visits that weren't necessary and it would have vastly restricted it. the oklahoma supreme court struck the law down saying it was unconstitutional. oklahoma appealed to the supreme court and in the spring, the court agreed to hear the case, but it said we're not quite certain what this law means. oklahoma supreme court please define it for us. last week the answer to that homework assignment came. the oklahoma sup
are not grandfathered and are not currently meeting the law. those notices have gone out. >> we just saw the president's promise and there was the secretary's answer and the person asking the questions is right there. congressman tim murphy from pennsylvania who is also a member of course of the house energy and commerce committee. he is also a psychologist and joins us now from pittsburgh. congressman, good afternoon and welcome fox news. >> good to see you. >> good to see you as always. she was in the hotseat and you grilled her as others during the committee hearing. what do you want to hear her say when she appears before the senate finance committee? >> i don't know if there is much they can say except to try to continue to put the cloak of silence over things and pretend everything is okay which they will probably continue to do. it is clear the white house knew you and secretary sebelius knew if you liked your plan you won't lose it. what could be more personal than a person seeing a doctor for an illness or psychiatrist for a problem and developed a relationship of trust and knowledge and now
not be prepared or ready to be the guy with the gun? >> very real possibility. law enforcement is specifically trained to respond in a quick manner and we saw that today. they were able to neutralize that threat in a quick moment. >> what about the fact airport security is set up the way it is? this guy walked in with a gun in a bag, gets to the security check point, pulls it out and opens fire? is there some need to change how air forces set up altogether? >> we have to look to that in the totality. maybe look to overseas like our partners in israel. what are they doing over there? we can always learn. >> i remember right after 9/11 there were armed soldiers carrying automatic weapons at every gate in a lot of airports. is there some need to go back to that sort of thing or would that be an overreaction? >> i think that was based on the 9/11 terrorist threat, but i think we have to balance our civil liberties and try to identify these individuals who are on a pathway of targeting violence and intervene prior to the act being taken. >> i'm glad you brought that up, a 23-year-old suspect descri
and wounding two others. law enforcement officials are now looking into a rant ciancia had on him at the time of the shooting. it referred to the new world order and had anti-tsa and anti-government claims. witnesses who encountered the suspect provided possible clues into what motivated the attack. >> the shooter was just calmly walking down the corridor, he had his gun and looked at me and said tsa? and i just shook my head, and he kept going. >> reporter: after the shooting the fbi served search warrants at the suspect's homes in l.a. and new jersey. law enforcement officials say ciancia, originally from pennsville township, new jersey sent text messages to family members there prior to the shooting. >> the text message was just a message to the little brother and the way it was written, they had some concern about it and that's when the brought to our attention. >> reporter: a neighbor of ciancia's in california says he can't believe ciancia could be the shooter. >> from knowing this guy i can't believe that.it just doesn't make sense. >> reporter: pennsville police say ciancia had no his
in the top of a roller board suitcase and the bottom of a backpack and stacked them. law enforcement sources say this allowed ciancia to lift the backpack and then pull the rifle through the suitcase and begin firing. he first shot t.s.a. officer gerardo hernandez who was checking documents and boarding passes at the bottom of the escalator leading to the t.s.a. checkpoint. a law enforcement source told cbs news after shooting hernandez, ciancia headed toward the escalator but saw hernandez was still moving so he doubled back and shot him again, killing him. at the top of the escalator, ciancia arrived at the t.s.a. checkpoint and entered the area behind security by taking the exit lane reserved for deplaning passengers. he then headed straight down the concourse. sources say he appeared to be hunting t.s.a. officers as he fired away. witness statements and a review of airport security video also indicates to investigators that t.s.a. employees were the gunman's only intended targets. police believe other passengers who were wounded either by gunfire or trying to escape were struck by rounds
't set up to do was to be an armed police officer. they don't have law enforcement powers. they don't have law enforcement options such as carrying weapons with them. however, there is a layer of defense at every airport that includes police and other levels of support. and that support was evident in los angeles. that part of the system that is having law enforcement protecting the security checkpoint areas did actually work. >> so when you say that, it sounds like you're saying that this actually could have been a lot worse. >> certainly. from all appearances it looks like this was a lone person, not someone who had a coordinated plan with several other people. certainly if you had a group of people who were armed the way this person was, they could ea easily overwhelm any checkpoint at any airport in this country. but the fact of the matter is that there is more than one way to protect the airport, and to protect the aircraft, and to protect the people in that airport. and certainly if this person had an intent to randomly kill passengers they don't have to go beyond the check po
countries who have gotten the label law in place. >>> tracking weather with an hour by hour forecast, wusa9's first alert weather. >> hi. >> she's back. >> hey. i missed you guys, too. it turns out that i won't probably be doing boot camp again. i'm thinking that was so last year. >> really? >> yeah. i'm thinking that probably wasn't the best idea. so, once we get all the crutches, we're going to do some smooth things, you know, pilates. not that hot yoga stuff you do. that's intense. oh no. >> welcome back. >> thank you. it's great to be back. >> i had a full head of hair before i sat behind you. >> all right, 49 today was the high. the coleseed coldest day so far. our average high is 62. let's start with a live look outside. it's our live michael and son weather cam. temperature 45. dew points pretty low. dew points 20. relative humidity 37%. it's pretty dry air mass. winds out of the east at 6 and going to continue out of the east for some component of the east for the next few days. in fact, we're looking at the chance for some clouds tonight. high and mid level clouds tonight
at the bottom of the hour, i'll speak with hln law enforcement analyst, mike brooks, about that option. is it serious, is it realistic and would it have prevented this attack. mike brooks joining me late they are hour. >>> other news we're following. if you're thinking about applying for obama care notice middle of the night on the east coast, think again. a message on healthcare.gov says the online application will not be valk from 1:00 a.m. to 5:00 a.m. eastern every night. obviously central, rocky mountain, pacific time zones earlier. being taken down for repairs. the administration is working to fix problems that have plagued the site. officials have promised it will be functioning well for most users. the vast majority, they say by the end of the month. president obama goes on the road this week to make another pitch for the affordable care act. last week it was boston. this wednesday the president travels to dallas. eel thank local volunteers for helps consumers enroll in health care plans. and the president getting help from hollywood. elizabeth cohen has details. >> celebrities
security for both tsos and the flying public. the development of a new class of tsa officers with law enforcement status would be a logical approach to accomplishing this goal, end quote. security at airports across the nation will be reviewed on orders from attorney general eric holder in the wake of the l.a.x. shooting. a gunman killed one tsa officer as you recall and wounded two other officers and a passenger. the suspect, 23-year-old paul ciancia, is still listed in critical condition at this hour. earlier, an attorney read a statement from his family in new jersey offering condolences to the victims and begging for privacy. >> paul is our son and brother. we will continue to love him and care for him. we will support him during the difficult times ahead. while we do not mean to minimize the grief and distress experienced by many other families, we hope that the public will understand that this is a very difficult time for our family, too. >> police say the gunman was specifically targeting the tsa, according to a note he had. working for the tsa seems like it's often a thankless
't have healthcare coverage. now that law because of obama care scrutinized where they are having to roll back the charitable contributions they give to the community in the case of folks that come in off the street that don't have health insurance. >> former president jimmy carter whose name has become synonymous with oppressing attacked obama care yesterday saying this doesn't work very well. when jimmy carter calls you ineffect actual that's 6 people signing up because the web site ♪ working that's a disaster. you can't argue with that. >> it's safe to say obama care has hit a bit of -- >> excuse me. >> >>> anyone's worst fear, a gunman opening fire inside an airport. how can we help something like this from happening again? >> brand new way cops are catching drivers who text. you have got to see it we will show it coming up. so ally bank has a raise your rate cd that wothat's correct.a rate. cause i'm really nervous about getting trapped. why's that? uh, mark? go get help! i have my reasons. look, you don't have to feel trapped with our raise your rate cd. if our rate on this cd goe
to speed up logging laws in u.s. forests burned by wildfire. that includes yosemite national forest where the rim fire burned 400 square miles. republican lawmakers have sponsored legislation that would set aside u.s. environmental laws to boost logging in burned out for efforts. more than 200 biologists, ecologists, and others signed a bill o'reilly posing the bill. they say salvaging a forest after a fire is one of the worst things you can do for the habitat. >>> firefighters controlled a grass fire in san francisco yesterday, despite really difficult conditions. it began just before 10:00 in the morning near laguna hospital. firefighters had to work through fog and steep terrain to access it. they put it out give any buildings were damaged. >>> a big change ahead if you are one of those who like to have your electronics aboard the airline. pretty soon you won't be told to turn them off before takeoffs and landing. federal aviation administration has lifted restriction necessary place for 357 years for fear those -- for 37 years for fear they would interfere with radio transmissions. ou
republican nominee for president mitt romney was critical of president obama's handling of the law. >> i think the key thing that the president is trying to get away from and that is he told people they could keep their insurance and that wasn't the truth. whether you like the model of obama care or not the fact the president sold it under a model is not true the. the only way he can rebuild credibility is work with republicans and democrats and rebuild a foundation. we got to have a president that can lead. right now he's not able to do so. >> as for the website government officials say healthercare.gov will go off line temporarily on a daily basis to fix its ongoing issues. >> robert gibbses i want to go back to something that was said before in the "the washington post." it's stunning that you have the biggest start up ever run by somebody that had never run a start up before or had business experience before. i mean, looking back, people are scratching their heads for years how did they make these mistakes. how did mistakes like this happen inside the west wing? >> i think that's a f
that under the requirements of his new law. i mean, congressman, isn't that like blaming the train in a train wreck? >> absolutely. you know, he blamed it on the bad apple insurance companies which are the same insurance companies he's using in his exchanges. so this makes no sense whatsoever. except that the president knew what was going on, he knew that millions and millions of policies were going to be canceled and the replacements were going to be more expensive. we're getting dozens and dozens of letters from people in my district every single day about dance cancelled policies with the replacements costing thousands of dollars more for each family. >> we've talked to so many here on fox news. neil interviewed a woman yesterday who loved her plan, it was affordable, she said, but it got canceled and now her premium per month has doubled. look, the president is making no apologies for any of that for his failed promise. no apology to the millions of americans losing their health plans. instead, he be hhad this to say those getting millions of cancellation letters. take a listen. >> the sy
this and terms of scope and budget and flash and this investigation. also " stand your ground " laws. this is going to be something that is going to be commissioning with the majority. i am not saying that they would or would not get it but with our current resources you can go to our area and you just know. for example, in florida, when the election was just a big mess. the investigation and the process alone it seemed like everybody was doing and checks and balances system. however, the case here in selma? >> this is just one suit that could be filed tomorrow. in sonoma. what about other civil suits. -- in sonoma? >> the possibility of a criminal trial? >> i think that there are two different issues. potentially wrongful death. and also people have inquired about this. they have amassed from a referral of the civil rights division. weather or not there should be a civil rights position and filed. i do not want to pre-judge of the options are there for a civil-rights violation law. and also, to get a department of justice in the commission from a broader issue. we would recommend to
. the second officer shot in the hand. the shooter had an a.r.13, and he was shot by law enforcement. >> lasd transported six patient to the hospitals. >> all terminals at lax put into lock down. this shows some kind of rifle on the ground. officers searched the airport to see if others were involved. >> we believe at this point that there is a lone shooter. >> reporter: all planes were ground and abc news is reporting one man was waiting with shoes off to be screened when the gunman approached him and asked him if he was with the tsa. the man shook his head, no. and the gunman moved on. in the newsroom, abc7 news. >> thank you this, is a look at the suspect's family home in southern new jersey. the police chief says he texted his family sometime before the shooting saying he might kill himself. new jersey police asked officers to check on him. lapd twoent his apartment, his roommate said everything seemed fine. around the time of the shooting before being identified, lapd officers reported back to new jersey police that he seemed to be okay. >> now taking you tloif los angeles. there is a n
became secretive about the law's complexity and regulatory reach. >> it's frustrating. any time you want to see something succeed because you believe it's good for people and doesn't get off on the right foot. >> the federal health care website remains hobbled. >> the website failures are absolutely inexcusable. we own that. >> some democrat have proposed action. >> i've said this to the chief of staff. they ought to take down the website until it's right. >> the white house promises to fix the site by month's end. >> they're trying to change a tire on car going 75 miles per hour down the press way. >> some say the westbound problems are a good thing because they force the president to go out and sell obama care once again. the president will do that wednesday when he travels to dallas to go to the enrollment senter and thank volunteers there for signing people up. >> thank you. >>> mohammed morsi faced trial this morning. he's charged with siting murder. conviction could mean the death penalty. the hearing did not last long. morsi's appearance comes a day after s
the law's complexity and regulatory reach. >> it is frustrating any time you want to see something succeed because you believe it's good for people and it doesn't get off on the right foot. >> reporter: one month after its lodge the federal health care site remains wobbles. >> the website failures are absolutely inexcusable and we own that. >> reporter: some propose dramatic action. >> i said this directly to the president's chief of staff they ought to take down the website until it was right. >> reporter: republicans doubt white house promises to fix the health care site by month's end. >> they're trying to change a tire on a car going 75 miles an hour down the expressway. >> reporter: some democrats like massachusetts democratic governor deval patrick say these website problems are actually a good thing because they force the president to go out and sell obama care to the country once again. the president will do that on wednesday when he travels to dal loose to go to an enrollment there and thank volunteer there is for signing people up. >>> for the first time mohamed morsi faced trial
. >> a law enforcement official tells the "associated press" shooting-suspect paul ciancia is heavily sedated as armed guards keep watch over him. police charged the 23-year-old in friday's deadly shooting at los angeles international airport. officers shot ciancia four times to end the shooting rampage. but before the suspect was taken to the hospital an official says he told them he acted alone. >> he had the gun down like this. >> reporter: passenger scott screen witnessed the shooting. he was among the more than 100 people who ran for their lives. >> doesn't make sense to me. i thought, you know, well, that guy had a gun and no one was there to stop him. >> reporter: court papers reveal ciancia left a letter saying he made a conscious decision to try to kill. investigators say he targeted tsa acts. transportatio security administration officer 39-year-old gerardo hernandez was killed. two other tsa employees and a passenger were wounded. ciancia does not have a history of mental illness, but we know he texted his family recently saying that he was very unhappy to the point where his fathe
called the n.s.a. - this is a quote - accused them of systematic vialition af law by my government that created a moral duty to act. joining us now to dissect how the information is being received in germany. a correspondent for the weekly magazine. thank you for joining us from washington d.c. >> good morning. >> talk about this letter from edward snowden. what do you make of the letter? >> edward snowden wrote the letter and provided it to a member of the german parliament. a well-known left activist. he made it personally, travelled to moscow, the first politician to meet edward snowden in moscow. and he asked edward snowden to writ it down. germany is investigating n.s.a.'s activities. edward snowden would be a perfect witness to testify in front of a parliamentary inquiry. edward snowden said he would be willing to come to germany but is asking for legal status that secures his future. >> how realistic do you think that is? can you see it happening? >> i don't expect it to happen in real life. it's a symbolic act, a gesture from him. it puts pressure on the german government.
, according to a federal law enforcement official. when shots were fired, people in terminal 3 ran for their lives yesterday. cell phone video obtained by tmz shows the chaos as officers yelled at people to get down. >> clear? on the floor! on the floor! on the floor now! on the floor! >> go, go, go! >> on the floor! >> come on, you guys. >> go, go! [ alarm sounding ] go, go! [ sirens ] [ bleep ] this is crazy, dog. >> and there you see, without recitation, people taking off, running for their lives in terminal 3 at l.a.x. the scene stunning and terrifying. police shot the suspect several times in the chest, according to an intelligence source. our affiliate kcal got this exclusive video, and appears to show the suspect handcuffed to the stretcher. the suspected shooter lived in l.a. but was from new jersey. chris lawrence is in pennsville where the suspect's family lives. so, chris, what has been going on outside the home? >> reporter: well, fred, the police have been posted outside the home since yesterday. the family was inside since then talking with officers. a lot of confus
intent and not able to respond to him, is ludicrous. >> what happened today was the law enforcement people at l.a.x., the l.a.x. police, the people that are trained at the airport to intervene, did that. and they saved a lot of lives. >> let's bring in jeffrey beady, a former cia counterterrorism officer and helps set up security for l.a.x. jeff, you're joining us from boston. good morning to you. >> good morning, allison, good morning victor. i l.a.x. (unintelligible) -- j uft to set the record straight on that one. >> okay. what about friday? thinking about l.a.x. on friday, is it important they have guns? >> it's not important they have guns but each of the screening points we recognize that's where things could go bad. what they need is they need hardcover. they're standing behind particle board, plywood, podiums, and there needs to be an armed presence at each. the locations. it could be law enforcement officers where they're overwatching, directly overwatching, and ready to respond at a moment's notice, the appearance of a weapon. so what's important is that there is the abili
shooter, paul ciancia. according to a law enforcement official, he was carrying materials, including an anti-tsa rant and an reference to a new world order. chris lawrence is in pennsville, new jersey, where the suspect is from. chris, his family members and even those who know him have been saying a little bit about him and how surprised they are about these events that unfolded yesterday. >> reporter: that's right. i mean, it came as a complete shock to a lot of people here who knew the family. but when you dig a little deeper, fred, and try to find people who were really close to paul ciancia himself, who had longtime social ties with him, it becomes very, very difficult. he grew up here. spent most of his life here. had only moved to l.a. about a year and a half ago. but i talked to one young man who knows his younger brother, who says it was very hard for him to think of even one person that he knew paul was still friends with, and kept in contact with, here in his hometown. so neighbors are very surprised by this, and inside the house, the family is obviously still trying to co
continue in a los angeles hospital. a law enforcement official saying paul ciancia had a note in his bag saying he wanted to kill tsa employees. >> his family called police in los angeles looking for help after receiving a message from their son saying he was going to hurt himself. >> we followed up doing a wellbeing check. he was not home. lapd advised me they'd contact us as soon as they made contact to alert the family that he was okay. i discovered from the ap that paul was the suspect. >> jonathan, we expect to hear from the federal bureau of investigation in less than an hour. they've been sparing with details over the last 24 hours. we don't know what they'll say. obviously they are investigating the background of the shooter and why this happened. >> do we have any idea of what may have motivated him to go inside the airport and inflict damage? >> he left a note in his bag talking about killing tsa agents. i think there are hints, certainly in texts that he sent to his family that there may be mental illness at work. >> brian rooney live at lax. there's a 7 o'clock eastern press
, by law, everyone must be treated. >> so a lot of those people will now be eligible for some type of insurance to help them. mainly med-i-cal. >> to determine your eligibility go to a community health clinic or contact "cover california" through it's website or hotline. those who don't qualify may qualify for subsidized health insurance through covered california. >> now i really happy because i -- through the medical i will have everything. basically everything that the affordable care act has. >> about 26 states, including texas and florida, have decided not to expand their medicaid insurance programs. the u.s. supreme court upheld the legality of the affordable care act, but said the expansion of medicaid is optional. to determine your qualification, i have a link. go to abc7news.com. i'm michael finney, 7 on your side. >>> some athletes are now turning down the thermostat to help them recover from their workout. they are using a new technology called full body cryotherapy which employ he is ultracold to affect the body. science reporter carolyn johnson has the details. >> it m
at the law center and michael med ved. you spend your entire life tracking these things. you say he appears to be in line with a patriot movement, very important word there, patriot, which believes that the federal government wants to destroy freedoms, impose martial law and take away non-law enforcement weapons. are you convinced that ciancia was part of this movement? >> no, i think convinced would be a little strong. we learned over the weekend that there were some other references in his one page, handwritten note. he talked about the new world order. he talked about fiat currency and the federal reserve. in the world of the patriot groups or what we used to call the militia groups, those things all relate to a single conspiracy theory. the idea that american freedom -- well, really that there's a plot on the part of the government to create a one-world government, a socialis particular total tear yan government regime to be called the new world order. they equate that to the formation of the federal reserve in 1913 and the subsequent abolition of gold-backed money, the adoption of fiat
and fought in court for the right to be part of her high school track team. >> reporter: you changed the law. >> we changed the law. >> reporter: tatiana is an eight-time world champion. won three gold medals at the paralympics in london. as soon as the marathon is over this weekend, the full-time student will start training for sochi. that's right, the winter games. she started nordic cross country skiing last year. one sport wasn't enough for you? >> i just, i -- i love sports and i love competing. no matter what, i love it. >> reporter: it's a mistake, her coach says, to think she's over. no matter what, i love it. >> reporter: it's a mistake, her coach says, to think she's over come a weakness. she's embraced her strength and her past. >> any tough day that i have now, i have to think about i've been through tougher. this is going to be a breeze. >> reporter: the power of one athlete, a winner even before she crosses the finish line this weekend. kate snow, nbc news, champain, illinois. >>> and that is our broadcast on this friday night and for this week. thank you for being here with us
pseudohefedrine and a combination of household chemicals that often explode. in recent years new laws have limited the number of pills a person can buy. but the problem hasn't gone away. >> it's gotten very, very portable. it's gotten very, very small but still very, very dangerous. meth labs have always been a fire and explosion hazard but not like we very seen in the last few years. >> jeff: in 2012 there were more than 11,000 illegal meth labs seized in the u.s. >> you're a patent attorney who is waging a meth war. >> yes. >> jeff: into that epidemic stepped linda lewis, a lawyer representing highland pharmaceuticals, a 14 person operation just outside st. louis. >> i looked at what i was seeing in my neighborhood and my community and i thought if a local business could help the community here. >> highland pharmaceuticals began making pills for pets. but lewis was convinced technology that evolved from that could be applied to pseudohefedrive. it worked because of its pastey consistency zephrex-d can't be ground into powder, the first step in making meth. and the psuedeauepedrhin would cost too
and is in the newsroom. >> you heard lilian mention the handwritten note. law enforcement says it describes anger at secretary general janet gnaw napolitano. the aim was to kill tsa employees and pigs. there were three letters, nwo. they believe it relates to a conspiracy their wrist group called the new world order and tonight we are learning the shooter's family sensed something was wrong early this morning. just before today's shooting at l.a.x., across the country in the small town of pennsville, new jersey paul anthony's ciancia's family got a disturbing text. it was troubling enough that pennsville police chief and family friend was called to the house. he tells abc news the text they received suggested the 23-year-old might kill himself. >> if somebody is concerned about a family member we call the local police department and we do a well being check and that's basically what we did. it came back he wasn't home. >> lapd officers went to ciancia's apartment and talked to his two roommates. they told officers that the 23-year-old had just left, but he seemed to be fine. >> he was a really ni
lilian mention the handwritten note. law enforcement says it describes anger at secretary general janet gnaw napolitano. the aim was to kill tsa employees and pigs. there were three letters, nwo. they believe it relates to a conspiracy their wrist group called the new world order and tonight we are learning the shooter's family sensed something was wrong early this morn just before today's shooting at l.a.x., across the country in the small town of pennsville, new jersey paul anthony's ciancia's family got a disturbing text. it was troubling enough that pennsville police chief and family friend was called to the house. he tells abc news the text they received suggested the 23-year-old might kill himself. >> if somebody is concerned about a family member we call the local police department and we do a well being check and that's basically what we did. it came back he wasn't home. >> lapd officers went to ciancia's apartment and talked to his two roommates. they told officers that the 23-year-old had just left, but he seemed to be fine. >> he was a really nice guy. he was a bit loner, int
to people fleeing syria and violating international law by forcibly returning refugees from jordan. this as the world health organization reported this week that new cases of polio have been identified in a number of syrian children. nbc's reporter recovers the region. we're lucky enough to have him here in new york today. you've been watching the number on refugees. from what we know, at least 800,000 have now entered lebanon when we're looking at the refugees. and that now constitutes a quarter of the people in that country. >> the lebanese government has been very reluctant to acknowledge it has a refugee problem by setting up refugee camps. they don't want to create problems they've had in the past. what's made it unique in lebanon is the syrian refugees have been putting more strain and pressure on the local lebanese economy and the humanitarian situation is getting worse. even in countries like jordan which has a tense border with syria, a lot of the border skirmishes we've seen has cost lives of refugees, syrian refugees in jordan. now the jordanian government has closed its
the lawsuit is premature. >>> the city of sunnyvale may be getting tougher gun control laws if voters pass a new measure tomorrow. it's a controversial issue. janine de la vega is in sunnyvale to tell us more about what's going on out there. what people are saying. >> reporter: dave, whenever the issue of gun control comes up, people have passionate opinions. one man says he thinks more regulates -- regular lates are needed -- regulations are needed. this measure would require anyone whose gun is lost or stolen to inform police within 48 hours. and it requires those who sell ammunition to log and track sales. a local gun store is against the measure. opponents say it will not stop shootings. instead, it will generate lawsuits against the city. we found residents who plan to vote tomorrow and found differing opinions. i plan to vote yes, on measure c. i think from the perspective of being a parent protecting my kids. >> they make it impossible for the good people to have a gun. the good people who have a gun could be at risk from these rules if you read it, you will see what i mean. if you
advisers. fears from constant attacks from republican the white house became secretive about the law's complexity and regulatory reach. >> it is frustrating any time you want to see something succeed because you believe it's good for people and it doesn't get off on the right foot. >> reporter: one month after its lodge the federal health care site remains wobbles. >> the website failures are absolutely inexcusable and we own that. >> reporter: some propose dramatic action. >> i said this directly to the president's chief of staff they ought to take down the website until it was right. >> reporter: republicans doubt white house promises to fix the health care site by month's end. >> they're trying to change a tire on a car going 75 miles an hour down the expressway. >> reporter: some democrats like massachusetts democratic governor deval patrick say these website problems are actually a good thing because they force the president to go out and sell obama care to the country once again. the president will do that on wednesday when he travels to dal loose to go to an
by law insurers cannot continue to sell policies that don't provide the minimum benefits and consumer protections required. this overblown controversy has obscured the crux of what health care reform is trying to do. people are getting thrown off their health care plans because the affordable care act has standards which if your plan doesn't have they have to go out of business. it has to have pediatric care, maternity, prescription drugs. if it doesn't, you are canceled. >> you look at the title of that editorial in "the new york times," "not worth keeping." not only is the administration with those restrictions deciding what policies are right for you, but apparently this opinion article here in the editorial section, they're deciding too that they're not worth keeping. >> i almost think that's the comic section of news now, the editorial. it's basically a 30-second promo for whatever democratic plan president obama put forward. it never used to be like this with bill clinton. they used to take bill clinton on. i don't know what happened to "the new york times." they used to be some
it. china won't be on the label thanks to a hoop hole in the law. >> is this going to be good for american consumers? >> i like to be shown that it is going to be good for american consumers. >> last year china sent 4 billion food to the u.s. including the orange juice that we drink and 85% of tilapia that we eat. linda, kpix 5. >> as for american poultry farmers tell kpix 5 they have no plans to send raw poultry to china. >>> tonight we are getting a look into the chaos and confusion after workers abandoned an elderly patient at a care facility. here is a look at one staff that stayed behind to help out. >> is he breathing? >> yes . >> so we don't know what's wrong but he's not looking well. >> what's wrong again, he's either pail and -- >> the valley spring shuts down last week and patients still inside and with no staff taking care of them except a janitor and a cook, those workers called 911 for help as they tried to care for patients left behind. >>> we are just a few days away from the opening of the casino in the north bay along with the taste of vegas, great casi
will operate under australian laws, farmland and asset will remain in australia and risksers overstated. >> agriculture is a big chunk of australia economy. deals are scrutinized and farmers hold political sway. the graincorp sale is a test - will the government's free market credentials prevail or defer to junior partners and block the deal. >> police in costa rica arrested six suspected drug dealers d belonging to farc. 492 kilos of cocaine and guns were found in their possession. >> venezuela's president mad euro accused twitter of hacking his it twitter account. 6,000 of his followers disappeared from his feed, and he says it's part of trying to destablilize his government. >> we are discovering a massive attack from the twitter company and the international right wing against blifivian patriots and others. they have attacked my account. they took away thousands of followers from my account - just like that. >>. >> trance transwhat are you trying to do, i'm making a call to multiply the visitors. if they take 6,000, let's multiply it by 20,000, 30,000. >> no doubt you are familiar w
affording housing money to other buildings which is the law $11 million will go, you may disagree or may not be enough but the idea that we are going to build low income family, that will not happen. this is an exclusive area, not going to happen. >> reporter: our government debated and approved this plan in a process that has lasted 8 years. >> these guys have been approved from everybody from the board of supervisors, planning development, the port commission. >> are we going to vote on everything? never going to trust the proses and say this is why we elected the officials to make these kinds of decisions? >> reporter: back to you. >> l people are already voting on the waterfront project. in is one of the locations in san francisco where people could drop off their ballots but early indications the turnout may be light. analysts expect a third of registered voters to cast ballots, they say a low turnout could hurt supporters of the project. >>> we can not blame the weather for whatever turn out on tuesday. >> i can not remember the last time the weather ever detoured people from tur
equal and every single american deserves to be treated equally in the eye of the law. we believe that no matter who you are, if you work hard and play by the rules, you deserve the chance to follow your dream and pursue your happiness. senate is expected to vote on the legislation later taoday. >>> a white house official says there has been no cle inside ci snowden and believe he should return to the united states to face justice. the joints reaction comes after a german magazine published a let frer snowed, in it is he says he's seeing a positive reaction to disclosing classified information and that he wants the united states to stop treating him like a criminal. >>> this just into us. a major announcement from blackberry. it is abandoning all plans to sell the company. the company ceo will also be stepping down. confusing, right? our chief business correspondent christine romans is in new york to explain this to us. >> this is the gdemise of the crack berry. the worker bees used it. in washington, on wall street. the close has slowly unbound, the stock down 20%. they have halt
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